Catch Me If You Can: The 10 Most Elusive QBs in NFL History

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Catch Me If You Can: The 10 Most Elusive QBs in NFL History
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If you were to ask people to write a list of the hottest properties in football right now, two names featured on almost every ballot would be Michael Vick and Cameron Newton.

Vick has given his career a post-prison shot of adrenaline with some incredible displays of agility and athletic prowess, rightfully earning him the starting QB job in Philadelphia and a large amount of well-earned media fanfare.

The reason for this?

Vick is one of, if not the most exciting player in the NFL right now, putting on a masterclass in athletic quarterbacking in 2010 in heart-in-your-mouth games like "The Miracle at New Meadowlands." While the jury's still out on whether Mike Vick is an elite QB, he's undoubtedly one of the finest scramblers the league has ever seen.

With the 2011 NFL Draft coming up and new talent Cam Newton regarded as the next big thing in fast, athletic, elusive quarterbacking, it is only right that we look back at some of the greatest dancers on the gridiron: the NFL's all-time most elusive quarterbacks.

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